The Sunday schedule gets back to normal this week after the festive season including the first Ciaran Dorris Sunday Session of 2013 with ‘castaway’ Edinburgh born singer-songwriter Stevie Connor.
International Scottish singer, songwriter, musician, co-founder of WeeDan Music and radio host, Stevie Connor is a much sought after performer, being featured on Celtic music radio stations around the world.
He is a seasoned performer on television and radio as well as being called on as a session musician. Multi-talented and multi-Instrumentalist Stevie plays a unique blend of traditional and contemporary Celtic, folk and roots music and songs, many written by Online propecia uk himself with tunes on the whistle and the great Highland bagpipes.
His solo debut CD ‘Footprints’ was reveiwed with much acclaim in his homeland, receiving national airplay. He has recently been featured on Toronto TV on CP24 for the International Tartan Day Celebrations, of which WeeDan Music was an official supporter.
Stevie moved to Canada in 2009 and within a year had set up a music company with his wife Anne called WeeDan Music which now puts on shows for many top Celtic, folk and roots
artists from around the world. In 2012 they produced a large theatre show with Fiona Cuthill, Stevie Lawrence and David Leask called Celtic Crossing and also with The Paul McKenna Band.
WeeDan Music sponsors a top Storyteller Evening in their home town of Port Credit, Ontario where many top award winning Canadian singer/songwriters have performed.
Stevie was also a member of The Lothian and Borders Police Pipe Band for 11 years touring worldwide with them. He has also played with the City of Glasgow Pipe Band, The Scottish Gas Pipe Band and The Carnegie Mellon University Pipe Band, Pennsylvania, USA.
Ciaran Dorris Sunday Session, 6 January 2013 5.00-7.00pm and Catch Up anytime.